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well, as usual, this is somewhat a double-meaning poem

Submitted:May 10, 2008    Reads: 312    Comments: 8    Likes: 3   



By Wikhaiinn

He swings his sword swiftly in the air
Strengthens his knees, fulfilling his height
Clears his throat and takes a deep breathe
He gasps and touches his clutch
Drove in the road with tires screeching;
He ran away to his mighty war,
Like a strong wind that blew dust

He was so unsure
Yet he went away
With all he knows
Left us all with his open doors;
He was the man,
Who surrendered his past,
He throws everything that bites cold,
He ran like a child eager to grow
He's a stranger you'll never know

He became a man when he decided to give up
To give up all his vices
And start a new chapter in his mind…

I saw flaring magic in his eyes,
The glowing hope that burn in his hands,
And there were wings,
Opening wide from his blades
Climbing up the air,
In white and radiant color
Strongly attached for any burden in surprise

He was strong, he was brave
He did a clever did, forgetting his greed;
He's thoughts were reopened from the past
The past that once he can't escape
The cage that kept him in vain

Oh, and he'd thrown off his horns
Pulled of his tail,
Ripped of his red eyes
And changed at last;

He changed for love,
He diverted all his pride,
He converted all his lust,
He changed for love…;
And oh
You should know,
That he's a dove,
A symbol you should love


I Won't Let You Down - Cueshe Music Code


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